The neglected side of speciation in ancient lakes: phylogeography of an inconspicuous mollusc taxon in lakes Ohrid and Prespa

@article{Schulthei2008TheNS,
  title={The neglected side of speciation in ancient lakes: phylogeography of an inconspicuous mollusc taxon in lakes Ohrid and Prespa},
  author={Roland Schulthei{\ss} and Christian Albrecht and Ulrich B{\"o}ssneck and Thomas Wilke},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2008},
  volume={615},
  pages={141-156}
}
The morphologically remarkable endemic fauna within ancient lakes has received much attention in the literature. More inconspicuous taxa, however, often lack detailed molecular and morphometrical examination, although their proportion of the endemic fauna of an ancient lake must not be underestimated. Consequently, a better understanding of evolutionary patterns and processes within these lakes requires more knowledge about the often-neglected inconspicuous taxa. In the present study, we focus… CONTINUE READING

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